Resource Kit for Rural Landholders
When you move to a rural property you often have a lot of questions. Can I pump water from the river? Who can tell me why my cattle are doing poorly? What’s that weed in my paddock? Do I need to control it? What is the Native Vegetation Act? Why has the Livestock Health and Pest Authority sent me a rates notice?
The aim of this kit is to bring much of this information together in one easy to use guide for intending and existing landholders in the Northern Rivers region, and to direct them to where they can obtain further help.
The kit briefly describes the natural resources (soils, water, native vegetation and pastures) of the area and major factors that impact on them (climate, drought, flood, fire and weeds).
The Resource Kit for Rural Landholders in the Northern Rivers Region has been produced by Landcare in the Northern Rivers region with funding from the Australian Government Caring for Our Country program and the Northern Rivers Catchment Management Authority.
Sustainable grazing on small farms: farmers teaching farmers.
Brunswick Valley Landcare’s booklet is available in hard copy from the Byron Shire Council Building and the Rural Co-op in Mullumbimby, or contact the Landcare Support Officer.
Stock and Waterways: A NSW Managers Guide
Want to better manage your stock and waterways for productivity and environmental benefits?The Australian River Restoration Centre, WaterNSW and Rivers of Carbon have put together an updated (2019) practical guide to help New South Wales farmers.
Riparian Fencing Brochure
Need to fence in a floodplain or along your creek? Rapidly flowing flood waters can destroy houses, bridges, roads … and fences! So is it possible to design a fence that will withstand flood waters? The answer is no – but it is possible to design one that will suffer minimal damage and that will be easy to repair once the flood waters recede. This brochure presents design options for low-maintenance, flood damage resistant fencing.